Inno Infra Share stakeholder learning workshop
7th of December in Tartu, Estonia
The goal of INNO INFRA SHARE (Sharing Strategies for European Research and Innovation Infrastructures) project is to improve the accessibility and the exploitation of local Research and Innovation infrastructure (RII) assets by SMEs.
As a result of the project, a regional Action plan has been developed in a close collaboration with regional stakeholders, who will also be directly involved in the implementation of the Action plan.
The aim of the learning workshop is to introduce RII owners, policy makers and other stakeholders with the current trends in technology transfer, share experiences and examples on university and RII development, business models, best practices on creation and management of RII shared facilities, business cases of RII management and collaboration among RIIs and SMES, supported with good example cases from other regions/ countries and organizations.
It is expected that workshop will encourage RII owners, policy makers and stakeholders towards improvement and change of existing practices/strategies, therefore provision of practical examples and good practice examples is especially important.
Workshop will be organized in Tartu with an aim to reach large audience including important stakeholders, RII owners (higher education institutions, research institutes), policy makers, managing authority of the policy instrument and others).
Place of delivery: Biomeedikumi Alexander Schmidti keskuse auditooriumid (Ravila 19, Tartu), room 0092.
Preliminary time schedule:
10:00-10:30 Welcome and presentation of Inno Infra Share project (Alo Lilles, Tartu City Government)
10:30-12:00 Neil Thomas, Partner at Ventac Partners
12:00-13:00 Networking and lunch
13:00-14:00 Technology transfer case-studies from UK
14:00-14:45 Technology transfer experiences from Israel (via skype), Santiago Ini, Director of Business Development – Life Sciences
The event is free, but please let us know if you plan to attend at: